Roger (American Dad!)

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Roger
American Dad! character
First appearance"Pilot"
Created bySeth MacFarlane
Voiced bySeth MacFarlane
Information
Aliases
List
  • Meredith Fields
  • Stan's Uncle Roger
  • Tearjerker
  • Cecilia Takaro
  • Raider Dave
  • Samantha Kingsbury
  • The Legman
  • Scotch Bingington
  • Applebee McFridays
  • Sidney Huffman
  • Chilly
  • Arbuckle T. Boone
  • Braf Zachland
  • Jeannie Gold
  • Sholanda Dykes
  • Mr. Deliver
  • Jeremy Neederhoff
  • Abigail Lemonparty
  • Dr. Penguin
  • Lazlo Morphine
  • Martin Sugar
  • Krispy Kreme McDonald
  • Jean Louise Finch
  • Kevin Ramage
  • Sweeps McCulloch
  • Clive Trotter
  • Tom Yabo
  • Dimitri Krotchliknioff
  • Fantasia Lopez
  • Roland Chang
  • Spartacus Vanderhill
  • Chex LeMeneux
  • Bing Cooper
  • Roy Rogers McFreely
  • Laura Vanderbooben
  • Luke Fondleberg
  • Reaganomics Lamborghini
  • Alicia Wilkner
  • Sgt. Pepper
  • Cuss Mustard
  • Ace Chapman
  • Jenny Fromdabloc
  • Winfrey Smith
  • Bob Danalou
  • Max Jets
  • Jerry Jets
  • Kevin Bacon
  • Parker Peters
  • Genevieve Vavance
  • Ricky Spanish
  • Billy Jesusworth
  • Trish
  • Dan Andsome Handsome
  • Clip Clop
  • Professor Jordan Edelstein
  • Warren Beanstalk
  • Ruby Zeldastein
  • Emmylou Sugarbean
  • Ace Crouton
  • Skylar Montessori
  • Madeleine Carpal Tunnel
  • Burt Jarvis
  • Frankie Marconi
  • Morris Buttermaker
  • Horse Renoir
  • Professor Baxter
  • Captain François Dubonais
  • LeVar Crush
  • Marmalade the cat
  • Maurice Barnes
  • Uncle Kappy
  • Tony O'Chat
  • Ragi-Baba
  • Cosworth Smith
  • Jaureka Ziegler
  • Numerous other unnamed
SpeciesAlien
GenderAmbiguous
OccupationVarious (depending on alias)

Roger David Smith is a fictional character in the animated sitcom American Dad!. He is voiced by Seth MacFarlane. The character was created and designed by MacFarlane. Roger is hundreds of years old. He is a grey space alien living with the Smith family. Roger's design is inspired by E. T. the alien in Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

Having lived on Earth since 1947, Roger came to live with the Smiths after rescuing main character Stan Smith at Area 51 four years before to the beginning of the series.[1][2] Roger is known for dressing-up in many personas, so that his identity as an alien cant be known. He sometimes dresses-up as famous people.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Roger Video | Movie Clips & Character Interview". Ovguide.com. Archived from the original on 2013-05-21. Retrieved 2013-04-09.
  2. McEwen, Lauren (2012-10-08). "'American Dad': One of the most sophisticated mainstream shows on African American culture - The Root DC Live". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2013-02-22.